Survivor Inclusion Initiative: Best Practice

This webinar discussed best practices relating to the Survivor Inclusion Initiative.

- America/New York

On 3 December 2020, Finance Against Slavery and Trafficking - housed at United Nations University Centre for Policy Research - held a webinar to share best practice relating to the Survivor Inclusion Initiative.

Launched in September 2019, the Survivor Inclusion Initiative has served as a platform to provide financial access to survivors of human trafficking and modern slavery. During the past year, the programme has seen an increase in opened accounts and institutions signed up to the initiative, from both financial institutions and survivor support organizations. The webinar allowed participants to share best practices about successful approaches to the programme, technical steps, possible future trainings and collaborations.

A recording of the event can be accessed here.

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